Welcome to the BWCAW blog of Ely Outfitting Company and Boundary Waters Guide Service!

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We are a Boundary Waters canoe trip outfitter, Quetico outfitter, and guide service in Ely, Minnesota. This Boundary Waters blog shares photos, stories, humor, skills, and naturalist insights from guiding in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).

Most entries are from our founder and head guide, Jason Zabokrtsky. He is the Boundary Waters Blogger.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Tomahawk Road (FR 377) Washout Means Detour to BWCAW Entry Points: Bog Lake (#67), Isabella Lake (#35), and Little Isabella River (#75)

Heavy spring melt water has washed out a sizable portion of FR 377 (Tomahawk Trail) west of FR 373 rendering the road impassable.  The Superior National Forest website says there is no predicted repair date at this time.  See the map below for suggested alternate routes.  Click here for the Superior National Forest website and latest info.

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